- What We Do
Carrie Rodgers didn’t think she had the skills to plant Alive in Grandville, a Resonate Global Mission church plant, and Allix Hutchison wasn’t sure how to step up and serve—but God equipped both of them to be leaders that the new church plant needs.
Sometimes, seeing transformation takes longer than we hope or expect. Resonate missionary Elaine Lee was leading a Coffee Break group in Tijuana, Mexico, when a woman approached her.
"I don't like to talk. I don't want to read the Bible," the woman told Elaine.
It took more than a year, but God completely transformed this woman! Now, she's leading a group!
God is providing a way for educators to transform Nigeria’s classrooms through Educational Care, a Resonate Global Mission initiative and curriculum of Raise Up Global Ministries.
As Stella Pam Yak observed another teacher’s lesson on the types of rocks one day, she noticed the students fidgeting in their seats or staring blankly at the teacher while she talked. Very few of them would be able to walk outside the classroom door and identify the various rocks scattered throughout the school grounds.
College is always a busy time for young adults. For students like Pravena and Amira, who joined Resonate Global Mission partner International Campus Ministry, college has also been a time to explore new service opportunities and grow as leaders.
When Pravena came to Western Michigan University (WMU) in the fall of 2018, she had a desire to serve. “I have always wanted to do some sort of voluntary work and to just give back to people but never had the right platform to do so,” she said.
HIV positive from birth, David wasn’t growing like a child should. His small, wiry frame made him look too young for school—but that didn’t stop him from causing trouble at Calvary Chapel in Uganda.
David’s teachers learned the real reason he was acting out, however, when you sent Resonate Global Mission missionaries to provide gospel-centered training.